The V-Stretch is a more advanced and proven method of the stretch, and was discover in 2001 by a physics teacher. It works by applying pressure at different points along the shaft which forces the penis into a V shape. This exercise places most of the stress on the suspensory ligaments, as well as along the tunica.
Stretching the suspensory ligaments is how penis enlargement is achieved, whether it be with an extender like Size Genetics or via manual exercises like these.
As always before performing manual PE exercises, begin with a warm up and use proper lubricant.
Step 1: Make the “OK” gesture with your non-dominant hand and grip the head of your penis. Pull your penis outward from your body until it is taut.
Step 2: Keeping your penis taut, hook the thumb from your dominant hand on the top of the shaft, near the base of your penis.
Step 3: Press your hooked thumb down slowly, at the base of your penis.
Step 4: Slide your thumb down the shaft of your penis towards the tip. This process should take no more than 10 seconds. (use a mirror to ensure you are creating the V shape)
Step 5: Slide your thumb back up towards the base of your penis. Maintain the same amount of pressure as you did sliding down. This should take no more than 10 seconds.
V-Stretching: You should perform this stretch in no more than 5 minute long sessions. Each stroke up and down the shaft should put pressure on the base where the suspensory ligament begins, and at the point of the V. End your session by massaging your penis or smacking it against your leg to restore blood flow.
Another method which is also effective; rather than sliding thumb up and down the shaft instead you press the hooked thumb down against the middle of the penis shaft. Hold this position for a count of thirty seconds, and release. This is the same exercise, just a different method of executing it.
The flaccid length of your penis will hang longer for a few hours after performing a 5 minute session.
The amount of pressure / force applied plays a large role in how effective this technique is. As fibers repair it will take more pressure to recreate micro-tears which means you should adapt to the pressure required on an ongoing basis.
There are many variations of this stretch, most of them use a bar or broom stick sized tool to do the pressing down for you. I don’t recommend this as your thumb is softer, and safer.
This is a completely safe exercise to perform daily, but should not be performed more than twice per day.
Soreness from a previous session of V-Stretches is okay, you can still perform the exercise as long as care is taken and the pressure applied is intelligently adjusted.